Ananas

NOUN
  1. a genus of tropical American plants have sword-shaped leaves and a fleshy compound fruits composed of the fruits of several flowers (such as pineapples)
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How To Use Ananas In A Sentence

  • United Brands produced bananas, and was accused of a variety of abusive practices which were said to infringe Article 86.
  • Rohitha bought several bunches of bananas and all the papaya fruits on display, while Pala bought a packet each of the green gram, sesame and ranawara.
  • Others, before the introduction of maize, lived mostly on millet, sorghum, and bananas with such greenstuffs as could be gathered.
  • Replanting disease is a serious obstacle for sustainable development of strawberry (Fragaria ananassa Duch) at present.
  • On the table is a bowl of fruit with two bananas sticking up, one either side.
  • At the height of the craze, I stood on the North Bank at Highbury in a forest of bananas, watching awestruck as they celebrated another goal going in by either bopping your neighbour over the head, or simply chucking the thing in the air.
  • Instead, I found myself lusting after bananas, marmalade, muesli, and the simple pleasure of a glass of cold milk.
  • The principal exports are nutmeg, bananas, cocoa, and mace.
  • While next Tuesday's Safety Scissors gig is certified bananas, last Tuesday over at Blizzarts it was a teary eyed rager as the Flexout crew bid a fond farewell to their regular night.
  • For recovery, he mixes his own smoothies with soy milk, frozen blueberries, bananas, and strawberries.
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